Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics
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This is very exciting for me to be part of the second quantum revolution and acquire knowledge about new techniques and developments in the field. It is fascinating to understand and imagine the possibilities in the advancement of quantum science and what its application could bring to our lives.
Research focus: Integrated photonics, open quantum system, quantum correlations and decoherence
My research project in MCQST aims to use evanescently coupled, integrated photonic waveguides as an open quantum system to simulate and analyze various sources of decoherence. The first prerequisite is to accurately study decoherence and loss in the photonic waveguides. Modelling the interaction between the system and environment and using different degrees of freedom to study multi-particle open quantum systems will allow us to improve sensing of quantum correlations and to determine optimal input states and measurements for systems with many degrees of freedom.
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